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looks mad! i wonder how much heat it produces?
post #42 of 49
kinda cool, but concidering it would struggle to run a wrist watch i dont think were gonna be seeing anything cool for a while yet!
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Should be easy to lap
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If we use breast implants in computers, no wonder the floppy went away.
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If we use breast implants in computers, no wonder the floppy went away.
I don't understand. Can someone help me understand why this is funny?
    
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Why do you think Graphics Cards keep getting bigger?
coz hamsters r being reused, nd hamsters lyk food.
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i almost typed " inb4 "will it play crysis" "

to late, it made me face palm
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The chip runs at a speed of six hertz-on the order of a million times slower than a modern desktop machine-and can only process information in eight-bit chunks at most, compared to 128 bits for modern computer processors.
We are back in the 50s!

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I can only imagine this will be used in extremely low power applications since plastic does not have good heat resistance and conductivity.
dude the plastic is only used to replace the silicon pcb
Edited by DarkBlade6 - 3/26/11 at 9:02pm
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